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Mannequin/life caste of a Maori chief wearing a rain cape over a korowai (tag cloak); holding a taiaha (ceremonial and fighting staff), wearing a hei tiki (neck pendant), and two huia feathers in his hair. | 19th century | Photographic print; © The Trustees of the British Museum

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Mannequin/life caste of a Maori chief wearing a rain cape over a korowai (tag cloak); holding a taiaha (ceremonial and fighting staff), wearing a hei tiki (neck pendant), and two huia feathers in his hair. | 19th century | Photographic print; © The Trustees of the British Museum

Tupuna

Tupuna

Māori Tā Moko face marking was a sacred practice among the indigenous tribes of New Zealand. Each moko design was unique to each individual, (no two designs were ever the same as they were never duplicated) and signified a young man’s transition from childhood to manhood. As well as representing rank and status these marks also had significant meaning to the wearer, symbolically connecting them to their ancestors and lineage.

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midnight-gallery: “ Māori Tā Moko face marking was a sacred practice among the indigenous tribes of New Zealand. Each moko design was unique to each individual, (no two designs were ever the same as...

Māori Tā Moko face marking was a sacred practice among the indigenous tribes of New Zealand. Each moko design was unique to each individual, (no two designs were ever the same as they were never duplicated) and signified a young man’s transition from childhood to manhood. As well as representing rank and status these marks also had significant meaning to the wearer, symbolically connecting them to their ancestors and lineage.

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midnight-gallery: “ Māori Tā Moko face marking was a sacred practice among the indigenous tribes of New Zealand. Each moko design was unique to each individual, (no two designs were ever the same as...

Maori Warrior in 1/9 scale resin from DG Artwork, now available! Click on the pic for more details and FREE Worldwide shipping on all orders of $90 or more

DG Artwork

Maori Warrior in 1/9 scale resin from DG Artwork, now available! Click on the pic for more details and FREE Worldwide shipping on all orders of $90 or more

Maori man - Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

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Maori man - Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Tevaa - Maori Warrior painted by Raphael PigmentMiniatures Chemouny

Tevaa - Maori Warrior by Raphael PigmentMiniatures Chemouny · Putty&Paint

This is my last serious project. I've painted it during 50 - 60 hours and I've learned a lot on this miniature. About working on the skin, gems, and freehands. This mini's won the gold in Sevres 2013…

Hami Te Hau, [between 1870 and 1890] wearing a korowai (tag cloak), photographed probably by Samuel Carnell of Napier.

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☆ Te Hau­Takiri Wharepapa :¦: Artist Charles Goldie ☆

☆ Te Hau­Takiri Wharepapa :¦: Artist Charles Goldie ☆

Te Kooti

Maori Prophets

Maori (volk) - Wikipedia

Maori (volk) - Wikipedia

Portrait of a Maori Chief by G. Pullman, 19th century. Albumen

Portrait of a Maori Chief by G. Pullman, 19th century. Albumen…

Portrait of a Maori Chief by G. Pullman, 19th century. Albumen print. Captioned Photographed by G. Pullman, Auckland.

Portrait of an unidentified elderly Maori man with a beard, wrapped in a (dog?) skin cloak. He stands, looking at the camera, holding a tehwatewha in one hand.Photograph taken by Frank Denton

Unidentified Maori man wearing a cloak and holding a tewhatewha - Photograph taken by Frank Denton | National Library of New Zealand

Portrait of an unidentified elderly Maori man with a beard, wrapped in a (dog?) skin cloak. He stands, looking at the camera, holding a tehwatewha ...

Paora Tuhaere , a Maori chief of Te Taou and founding father of New Zealand, believed in the wisdom of peace and unity of purpose for Maori people to benefit all New Zealanders. His great generosity of spirit is still enjoyed by New Zealand’s largest growing city today. For all people of Auckland City, when you look back on how early Auckland was established and developed- you’d have to say, Paora Tuhaere was “da man.” His people, “awesome people.”

寻找:Parata Te Tuhi 复古摄影 | Waiwera

寻找:Parata Te Tuhi 复古摄影